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Interview – Meet Shane White from Doomsdaymoose.com

1. Hi Shane, please introduce yourself. My name is Shane White and I am the operator of The Doomsday Moose. 2. Please tell us a little about your blog and the idea behind it. After having personally experiencing a variety of disasters, the Loma Prieta earthquake being one of them,

Interview – Meet Scott Williams from Bugoutsurvival.com

1. Please tell us a little about yourself. It was my background as an adventurer that eventually led up to writing survival-related books, both nonfiction and fiction. I have never and do not now think of myself as a ‘survivalist’ or ‘prepper’ in the sense that I spend a lot of time considering and preparing for all the

Interview – Meet Rich from Bushloreaustralia.com.au

1. Please introduce yourself. Hi All, Bush Lore is Australia’s only dedicated self-reliance school. We specialise in survival, tracking and bushcraft and are situated on the Sunshine Coast in South East Queensland. 2. What is the story behind your website? How did it came to be? Our business came to be as we

Interview – Meet Bernie Carr from Apartmentprepper.com

1. Please introduce yourself. I am Bernie Carr, and I write Apartment Prepper, a blog about family preparedness in an apartment setting. I’ve also written a few books, The Prepper’s Pocket Guide, 101 Easy Things You Can Do to Ready Your Home for a Disaster, Jake and Miller’s Big Adventure, and an

Interview – Meet Jake Sepulveda from Zombease.com

1. Please introduce yourself. Hey there! I’m Jake Sepulveda – founder of Zombease.com 2. What was the trigger for starting zombease.com? I was tired of seeing inaccurate or wholly incorrect information about Zombies floating around the internet. So much of it seemed to be “winging it” based off of pure

Interview – Meet Joe Alton from doomandbloom.net

1. Please tell us a little about yourself. I’m a retired physician and fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American College of OB/GYN. I started my career delivering babies (thousands of them) and ended up, later on, doing mostly surgery, especially minimally-invasive laparoscopic procedures. My wife, Nurse

Interview – Meet Jim Cobb from Survivalweekly.com

1. Please tell us a little about yourself. I’ve been interested/involved with prepping for about three decades or so. In recent years, my focus has turned from just keeping my own family prepared to helping educate others in disaster readiness. To that end, I’ve written several books, started SurvivalWeekly.com, and started a consultation